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In Christ's Service:

  Founder, Teacher and Curriculum Author, Michelle Rothwell

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     Michelle Rothwell has over five years of successful experience teaching Spanish, she has prepared people to travel for missions work, and is a speaker and advocate for homeschooling. Michelle has worked with Moms, Dads, Pastors, teenagers and children from different church denominations. Here's what Michelle has to say:
     "Hi! I'm so glad you're visiting Dora & Diego Homeschool Spanish.
     I'm happily married to my husband, Kurt. We live in the land of 10,000 lakes, Minnesota. We are blessed to have two grown children one of which is married. Recently, we've embarked on the new journey of being In-laws and Grandparents. Our grandson, Bryce, is the cutest thing you ever laid eyes on. Bryce's sister has personality plus.
     We are members in good standing with our church, Northwoods Assembly of God, and are involved in Women's ministry, Men's ministry, teaching Sunday School, serving Committee, Mission trips and much more.
     About eight years ago I had my first opportunity to teach Spanish for a local Community Education class. It was such a big success here in the northwest that I continued to teach the class for three years. In 2006 there was a need for Spanish learning in our church. Some of our members were going on a missions trip to Guadalupe, Chihuahua, Mexico. Excitedly I jumped in to help. Next thing I knew I was going with the team to Mexico. After being in Mexico and experiencing the joys of serving the Lord helping the team I wanted to do more. Bringing this wonderful Spanish language to homeschooled children gives me the opportunity to continue."

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Teacher, Curriculum Editor, Mirdza Hayden

   "My name is Mirdza Hayden. I was born and raised in Colombia, South America, since my parents were Lutheran missionaries in Colombia for 40 years.

     I came to the US when I was 20 and now live in Southern California with my family.  I currently homeschool my 8 year-old son and am doing some preschool activities with my 4-year old daughter.

     I believe that knowing both English and Spanish is very important and so I was excited when Michelle accepted me as one of her Spanish teachers to teach a few hours a week via the internet.  I believe it will be a wonderful opportunity for me to help others learn Spanish and look forward to doing so with your kids.

     Hope you have a great day!"

To contact Mirdza click here.

Teacher, Rose Nino

  "Hola, mi nombre es Rose Nino.  I am originally from San Antonio, TX but currently live in Layton, UT with my wonderful husband of 19 years, Dan, and our Rottweiler dog named Rex.

     I recently had the opportunity to quit my full-time job because of a home-based business, that I was working on a part-time basis, that has now become very successful.  And because of this opportunity and blessing, it has allowed me more freedom to do things that I have always wanted to do like the opportunity to be able to teach Spanish, and also the opportunity to adopt a few kids, which is something we have always wanted to do.

     I am also excited about the opportunity to be able to teach a language that I grew up speaking and using throughout my life.  I feel I had the best of both worlds because my mother spoke Spanish (she is from Allende, Coahuila, Mexico), and my father spoke both languages.  So of course, he spoke English to us kids.  And to now have the opportunity to teach others is a true blessing.

     Many blessings."

To contact Rose click here.

Artist, Ali Joy Currier                                                                                                    

     My name is Ali Currier.  I am 18 years old and I am a Pastor's kid and was homeschooled for 6th through 8th grade.  It was a great experience and I would (highly recommend that everyone try it for one year) do it again.  I enjoy drawing and I love Jesus.

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Recording Artist, Robert Segovia

     Robert is a very busy Dad, church music director, and recording artist.  Robert is originally from Brownsville, Texas.  After meeting his wife as a mission trip translator to Mexico, Robert and his wife, Gina, settled in Wadena, MN.  Robert and Gina are planning on homeschooling their children in the near future following in the footsteps of Gina's family.

     Robert has recorded numerous Christian music projects in English as well as in Spanish.  Titles you've probably heard of are "Invisible", "Reality", and his latest release "Bigger Than Words - Mas Grande Que Palabras".  This is Robert's first bilingual project with songs in English and Spanish together.

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